The purpose of this article is to analyze the market for the exchange of baked machines between consumers and suppliers or manufacture and to understand how this market affects the market for baking ovens.
The baking industry in Europe is not uniform, and the number of companies, cost structure and operating performance vary from country to country. This has a similar trend with the European countries in terms of market, not only in terms of scale but also in dynamics.
In 2011, the first distribution channel for bakery products was modern retail, accounting for 42% of the total market. Handmade bakeries ranked second, accounting for 22%, followed by the restaurant industry (20%). Bread chain accounted for 8%.
These ratios are similar when we only look at freshly baked products, except for artisan bakeries that get stocks at modern retailers.